AMES, IOWA – Kellen Henry, assistant editor for digital platforms at The New York Times, will share the Times’ strategies for addressing change management and problem solving in a rapidly-evolving communication environment as the keynote speaker for the inaugural Greenlee Summit on Friday, April 6, in Ames. This first-ever industry summit, hosted by the Greenlee … Continue reading New York Times Digital Editor to Speak at Greenlee Summit
Storytelling and technology collided in October at the 2017 Adobe MAX Creativity Conference in Las Vegas, and Sherry Berghefer, senior lecturer, plans to put several observations into action in the classroom and her research.
Margaret “Margy” Chamberlin accepted the 2017 James W. Schwartz Award Oct. 27 at a presentation ceremony at Hamilton Hall. The award honors Margy and her late husband, Gene, for their distinguished service to journalism as longtime publishers of the Mobridge (South Dakota) Tribune.
Lecturer Lisa Oakes will bring lessons learned from her work as an instructor, journalist and public relations practitioner to the community in 2018 as a speaker for the Midwest Speakers Bureau, a regional organization that connects meeting planners with professional speakers.
A number of Greenlee School faculty and graduate students will present papers, serve on panels and moderate sessions at the 100th annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) August 9-12 in Chicago and its accompanying preconferences.